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Bed rest decreases whole-body protein turnover in post-absorptive man


, : Bed rest decreases whole-body protein turnover in post-absorptive man. Clinical Science 90(1): 73-75

1. Whole-body protein turnover was measured using the [15N]glycine tracer technique in 10 post-absorptive healthy volunteers during normal daily activities and a period of bed rest. 2. Bed rest reduced whole-body protein turnover (25%), synthesis (26%) and breakdown (25%), but short-term urinary nitrogen excretion remained unchanged.

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Accession: 002763230

PMID: 8697708

DOI: 10.1042/cs0900073

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